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Zombie Allegiance (2010)

A zombie/slasher flick set in a post nuclear WWIII America. Political psychosis, delusional genocide, and ritualistic cannibalism make this a zombie flick like no other.

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Tony Nunes

Writer:

Tony Nunes (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Brandon Luis Aponte Brandon Luis Aponte ... Josh Rowa
Luis Brandon Aponte Luis Brandon Aponte ... Barn Zombie 1
Andre Boudreau Andre Boudreau ... George Miles
Carlos Brum Carlos Brum ... Teach
Stephanie Castaldi Stephanie Castaldi ... Deanna
Alexandra Cipolla Alexandra Cipolla ... Minnow
Jonathan Hill Jonathan Hill ... Zombie Boy 1
Jennifer Kimmerle Jennifer Kimmerle ... Jen
Lin Kimmerle Lin Kimmerle ... Barn Zombie 2
Rachel Knutton Rachel Knutton ... Tulip
Sarah Nicklin ... Fishscale
Michael Reed ... Sean
John Sheppard John Sheppard ... Don
Rich Tretheway Rich Tretheway ... Saul Carter
Shanette Wilson ... Lauren
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A zombie/slasher flick set in a post nuclear WWIII America. Political psychosis, delusional genocide, and ritualistic cannibalism make this a zombie flick like no other.

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zombie | cult film | See All (2) »

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Pledge Allegiance to the Dead

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Horror

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Failed to Meet Its Potential
27 October 2020 | by Uriah43See all my reviews

This film essentially begins after a nuclear war and a subsequent biological attack has decimated the United States creating a dystopian landscape where millions have perished and civil disorder has erupted with small gangs of looters can be found in the countryside. If that wasn't bad enough the biological attack also caused zombies to appear and they roam all over as well. Because of this two men by the names of "Saul Carter" (Rich Tretheway) and "George Miles" (Andre Boudreau) have taken refuge in an isolated rural part of Connecticut where they spend their time just hoping to survive from one day to the next. Then one day, while Saul is carrying out his usual surveillance he comes across a man named "Josh Rowa" (Brandon Luis Aponte) who was a former cop from Baltimore and is just looking for a safe place to stay. Since there is plenty of food and water available, Saul offers him the hospitality of his farm house but forgets to warn him about the fact that George suffers from mental illness brought about by his having recently lost both his wife and daughter. He also neglects to mention another secret which eventually presents a problem to everyone concerned. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this could have been a pretty good low-budget zombie film as the plot developed in a reasonable manner and the performances of Rich Tretheway, Josh Rowa and "Jen" (Jennifer Kimmerle) were also quite good. Unfortunately, some of the other actors weren't nearly as convincing with the performance of Andre Boudreau being particularly bad. Quite dreadful, actually. That being said, while this film definitely had potential, it failed to a large degree and I have rated it accordingly. Below average.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Rhode Island, USA

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Budget:

$1,000 (estimated)
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Solipsist Media Group See more »
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